North Lincolnshire Council

November 2018

Over a week to go until Community Champions are recognised

North Lincolnshire Council’s seventh Community Champion Awards ceremony is taking place at The Baths Hall in Scunthorpe on Thursday 22 November 2018. With just over a week to go until the awards ceremony, there is still time for you to…

4 months ago
Further mayoral engagements for November 2018

The Mayor of North Lincolnshire, Cllr John Briggs and Deputy Mayor, Cllr Jon Evison, will attend the following engagements in November: Wednesday 14 November, 9am Mayor to attend ‘World Café’ event, part of Inter Faith Week at Normanby Hall Wednesday…

4 months ago
Find out about becoming a childminder

We’re holding a Childminder Briefing session on Wednesday 9 January 2019 at the Learning Development Centre, Enderby Road in Scunthorpe to provide information on becoming a childminder. The session from 6pm to 8pm will provide advice and details on the…

4 months ago
Civic Centre transformed into university

Plans to invest in a new University Campus North Lincolnshire (UCNL) have moved a step closer in a joint bid to grow Higher Education in Scunthorpe. The growth plans aim to deliver 1,500 university-level places within Scunthorpe as part of…

4 months ago
Young care leavers to benefit from increase in council tax support

Young care leavers are set to receive up to 100 per cent financial support to pay their council tax bill – an increase from the current 77 per cent support. The recent campaign by the Children’s Society reported that nationally…

4 months ago
‘The Stars of Hollywood’ on the LiveLincs stage

Canadian singer Rebecca Perry is set to charm audiences in North Lincolnshire by bringing some of Hollywood’s greatest stars back to life in a dazzling performance. ‘From Judy to Bette – The Stars of Hollywood’ will be performed in Winterton,…

4 months ago
Workshops to help small businesses grow

RedKite Innovations, working with North Lincolnshire Council, are offering free executive development workshops for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the tourism and retails sectors. The two days of workshops will take place on Wednesday 21 November, from 9.30am to 4.30pm at the Buttercross…

4 months ago
Start composting this autumn

Residents in North Lincolnshire are being encouraged to take up home composting to help reduce the amount of waste they produce and recycle more. Composting at home is an inexpensive, natural process that transforms your kitchen and garden waste into…

4 months ago
Kev to escort children to safety across one of Scunthorpe’s busiest roads

Kev Kennedy (age 65) is the new crossing patrol helping keep children and adults safe at one of Scunthorpe’s busiest junctions, Berkeley Circle. On average, almost 28,000 vehicles pass by Berkeley Circle every day. The area has been without a…

5 months ago
Look after your four-legged friends this Bonfire Night

As Bonfire Night approaches, we’re urging pet owners not to ignore their four-legged friends. Halloween costumes and the loud bangs and flashes created by fireworks can be exciting for us but very frightening for dogs and other animals. Please plan…

5 months ago
Council takes action to keep Scunthorpe town centre safer

North Lincolnshire Council has invested over £2,000 in two new cameras for The Parishes multi-storey car park in Scunthorpe to help tackle anti-social behaviour and improve safety in the town centre. The new cameras allow the Control Centre to identify…

5 months ago
From apprentice engineer to entrepreneur – James finds natural remedy for debilitating disease

A young North Lincolnshire man has defied the medical profession and beating Crohn’s disease through natural remedy, after years of suffering the chronic illness. The entrepreneur has now set up his own business Henrys Health Hub to help others and is…

5 months ago
Lucky Lincs Lotto anniversary winners

Lucky winners Alan Craddock of Burton, Shaun Donnelly of Scunthorpe and Richard Lees from Kirton in Lindsay received their prizes at a special presentation at the this week – to celebrate the first anniversary of Lincs Lotto. A super draw…

5 months ago
North Lincolnshire turns purple for Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month

November is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month and the council and other organisations will light up buildings purple to help raise awareness of pancreatic cancer. During the month, we will be encouraging people to talk about pancreatic cancer and raise awareness…

5 months ago
Students get hands on at Crowle Moors

Students from North Lindsey College are working with the Isle of Axholme and Hatfield Chase Landscape Partnership at Crowle Moors to learn about the local landscape. The Partnership aims to encourage people to reconnect with their local landscape and cultural…

5 months ago